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Ronaldo said he did nothing wrong: Marcelinho

Ronaldo said he did nothing wrong: Marcelinho

Football News:  Valencia manager talked about the Wednesday's dismissal after his side bites the dust against the Old Lady side in their Champions League opener.

Ronaldo left the field with tears in his first Champions League match for Juve.

Marcelinho avouches that the Juventus hotshot Ronaldo persisted that he did nothing wrong after he was sent off in this season’s first Champions League match.

Last night the Portuguese made his Champions League debut for the Serie A side against Valencia where Juve won the match with ease against the Spanish team Valencia by 2-0 goals, but at the same time the obstinate Ronaldo picked up a controversial red card on the 29th minutes.

On the 29th minute Ronaldo coming together with the Colombian defender Murillo in an off-ball incident and picked up a straight red card, and the 33-year-old left the field with tears.

About that incident, the Valencia gaffer voiced: "He was very upset, even crying, because he said he didn't do anything wrong.

"I haven't seen the play which ended up in the red card."

Samrat Dutta

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